He graduated as an Agricultural Engineer from the Universidad Católica del Trópico Seco (UCATSE) and a Master in Plant and Animal Genetic Improvement from the National Agrarian University. He performs his research and extension tasks at the Nicaraguan Institute of Agricultural Technology (INTA). He has extensive experience in the productive, social and financial fields, particularly in the following topics: monitoring of small agricultural projects, livestock and minor species, agroecology in crops and animals, integrated watershed management, integrated pest management (vegetables), preparation of agro-socioeconomic diagnoses, technology validations in basic grains and livestock, as well as participatory technical assistance.
He is currently a Researcher in Animal Production, specializing in Pastures and Forages in INTA Region I. He stands out in his work on pasture and forages in Cali (Colombia), 2 PCCMCA (Guatemala and Costa Rica), integrated pest management, management methodology rational management of pests and pesticides, zoosanitary management of cattle, formulation of productive and social projects, incorporation of the gender perspective in rural development projects, storage of grains at the family level, management in family agroecology, farm rehabilitation through the extension, identification and formulation of competitive research and development projects, on-farm planning, on-farm research system and agro-ecological production.